parts of north dakota and kansas. look where the bulk of the snow will fall, it's that western kansas, western parts of nebraska and this is nothing but beneficial. it's all farmland out there. they desperately need it. in the short-term, certainly problematic with getting around on the roads. but not a ton of people out here. any moisture we can get here is really great news. >> bill: almost like mother nature drew in a one up, help that snow melts. they get all the rain water and the moisture from that. we're also talking about severe weather down south, aren't we? >> yeah. the exact same storm, the flip side of it is the south side of it, the warmer side we'll see a chance of severe weather, west texas, maybe across the red river. not a huge tornado threat tonight. it is mostly hail and wind. tomorrow a better tornado threat right across southern parts of louisiana tomorrow and tomorrow amp. >> bill: that is bizarre. the 21st of february tomorrow. thank you. now more from kansas city, where they're getting ready for this storm. how goes it claudia?